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The latest insights on narrative, storytelling and leadership in higher education.

Insights

An exploration into narrative, storytelling and purpose

We believe that if you don’t ask questions, you’ll never know what could be possible. So when we created our Insights, we knew this is where we had to start. We ask questions like:

What does it mean to have a professional narrative and how can you use yours well? How have stories helped leaders enhance their impact, be happier, lead better? How do teams work together to improve student engagement, and engage students in the conversation in the first place?

This is what we’ve unlocked so far. Take a look, explore, enjoy. And if you really like what you see, subscribe to our mailing list.

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    The latest insights on narrative, storytelling and leadership in higher education.
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    How do leaders from around the world see their professional narratives?
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    A short insight published every Friday to give your week a little lift

Latest posts

  • Chapter eight: H-i

    Chapter eight: H-i

    If you want to be more effective in the way you communicate with people, you need to tune in to their imaginations.” How do you make a thought more vivid? Metaphors are certainly one way …Read More »
  • Friday G&T

    Friday G&T

    Discover your Friday G&T (Gift & Tonic); a short piece of writing to spark a moment of creativity or create a minute of stillness. Published every Friday, these pieces are here to give your week a …Read More »
  • UWE Bristol: Aligning narrative with strategy

    UWE Bristol: Aligning narrative with strategy

      We were looking for new perspectives of how we as a department could go forward in the future to meet the wider University strategy. Invisible Grail opened up the conversation, made sure collaboration and …Read More »
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